Today’s modern landscape design relies heavily on shrubs. In fact, one of the hottest trends is using shrubs to create low maintenance shrub borders. The shrubs we offer are hardy to the area, easy to care for and will remain attractive for long periods of time with minimal effort.

On their own, they can create dramatic, eye-catching focal points. And once established, they tend to require very little care. They are extremely versatile, producing colorful blooms and/or foliage as well as offering food and shelter for wildlife. And you'll find that many bring multi-season appeal, even throughout winter.

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Cotoneaster lucidus/Hedge Cotoneaster #5

An excellent hedge plant that withstands pruning. Small pink flowers bloom in spring and are followed by black fruit. Free from insects and disease. Xeriscape plant.


Cornus alba Bailhalo - Dogwood, Ivory Halo #3 MS

White-edged leaves with green centers, red winter stems and rounded form.


Physocarpus Ginger Wine

Spring foliage emerges a sunny orange color and matures to sparkling burgundy.


Hydrangea Panicle Pinky Winky

The large white panicles open in mid to late summer and as summer turns to fall the florets at the base of the panicles turn pink.


Potentilla First Edition Lemon Meringue

Blooms all summer on a tidy little plant that forms a round, compact shrub with little pruning required.


Weigela First Editions Rainbow Sensation

A rainbow of color from spring to fall. A charming selection, Rainbow Sensation will brighten your garden with its attractive, variegated foliage.


Potentilla fr Pink Beauty

This floriferous introduction from the University of Manitoba has clear pink flowers and bright green foliage that is bushy and full. The flower color normally holds well, but will fade when nights are extremely hot.


Viburnum opulus 'Roseum'/Common Snowball Viburnum #2

Bright green foliage changes to vibrant red fall color. Pure white snowball-like flower clusters cover the shrub for a lengthy spring to summer period.


Hibiscus Summerific 'Valentines Crush'

This Hibiscus hybrid or Rose Mallow blooms from mid-summer until early fall.


Ribes alpinum, Currant, Alpine

The Alpine Currant features dense branches from roots to tip that is completely cloaked by small leaves in medium green.


Pysocarpus opulifolius Monio, Ninebark Diablo #5

The unique burgundy red leaf of this particular variety is absolutely stunning and quite rare.


Potentilla First Edition/Mandarin Tango

The 1” single round flowers are a lovely shade of orange with just a hint of red in them that comes from the parent ‘Red Robin’. Beautifully compact, it forms a rounded shrub reaching only 2-3’ in height and spread, making it perfect for the foundation. H

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